Forgot Password ? LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Facebook The new National Counterterrorism Agency (BNPT) chief is facing tough challenges to step up campaigns against violent extremism and the spread of radicalism behind bars.President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo inaugurated last week police Insp. Gen. Boy Rafli Amar as the new BNPT head replacing fellow police officer Comr. Gen. Suhardi Alius, who had led the BNPT since 2016.Terrorism expert Noor Huda Ismail said deradicalization efforts in overcrowded prisons across the country, which had become fertile ground for terrorists to recruit and learn from each other, should be Boy’s main focus in curbing the spread of terrorism.“In prisons, the BNPT should join hands with prison guards, who interact with them [the terror convicts] on a daily basis. The BNPT should build the capacity of these [guards to provide counternarratives],” Noor said. “The BNPT should c… BNPT-chief bnpt #BNPT deradicalization #Deradicalization terrorism #Terrorism inmates #prison Linkedin Google Topics : Log in with your social account
Advertisement Sokratis Papastathopolous was at fault for Watford’s first goal (Picture: AP)Speaking afterwards, the former Manchester United midfielder said: ‘I feel like we were well organised from their goal kicks.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘It’s something we’ve worked on in the week and we weren’t surprised they tried to play like that, it was more of a surprise they didn’t adapt during the game and they were pretty stubborn with it.‘It was our kick-start to a comeback that was nearly a perfect comeback. We can be proud of the second-half performance, but we really need to be starting to turn those sort of stats into wins.’Although it didn’t look as though Arsenal had curtailed their short passing approach, Unai Emery claimed afterwards that they had tried to go more direct as the game went on.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘We were also trying the long ball and physically they are more strong than us and they were also winning the long ball,’ he explained afterwards.Sokratis took to Twitter to apologise for his mistake on Sunday evening, saying: ‘Today’s result is not good for us. I feel responsible for this result, so I would like to apologise to all of you. I don’t like to hide, and I will keep working hard in order to achieve our goals.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Metro Sport ReporterMonday 16 Sep 2019 5:46 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link196Shares Comment Tom Cleverley scored Watford’s equaliser against Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Tom Cleverley has admitted that he was surprised that Arsenal refused to alter their tactics from goal kicks during their 2-2 draw at Vicarage Road on Sunday.The 30-year-old capitalised on Arsenal’s slack play in defence by scoring Watford’s first goal after seizing on a wayward pass from Sokratis Papastathopolous inside his own penalty area.Before Cleverley’s strike early in the second half, Arsenal had twice gone close to conceding by gifting possession in their own box, twice through misplaced passes from Matteo Guendouzi.However, they persisted with trying to play the ball out from the back despite the warning signs and Cleverley admitted that Watford had planned to take advantage from such situations in training.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement Tom Cleverley was surprised Arsenal kept playing out from the back during draw against Watford
Chelsea are on the verge of completing a £53 million deal for RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner (EPA)‘We haven’t been able to do or achieve the results we wanted in the last three years.‘There’s a reason behind it and if we stand still obviously that gap will get bigger and bigger. More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘And I haven’t come here to accept or to do that.‘The challenge for all of us, is first of all to improve the players that we have and find the ways to improve the squad in the right positions in order to give us the best possible chance and tools that we need to compete at that level which is getting higher and higher every year.’Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page. Mikel Arteta says Arsenal cannot stand still after Chelsea’s move for Timo Werner (Arsenal/Getty)Mikel Arteta insists he will not allow Arsenal to stand still in the transfer market following Chelsea’s decision to sign RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner.Frank Lampard’s side have already strengthened by securing a £38 million deal for Ajax’s attacking midfielder Hakim Ziyech, but they are also on the verge of completing a £53m move for Werner ahead of the summer window.Arsenal, meanwhile, have warned that their budget could be restricted if they fail to secure a place in next season’s Champions League and could be forced to rely more on the loan market.However, Arteta has warned Arsenal that if the club ‘stand still’ in the transfer window they risk falling further behind their top-four rivals.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTAsked if Chelsea’s move for Werner makes him worried about Arsenal’s ability to spend heavily this summer, Arteta replied: ‘Well let’s see, we’re trying to put a plan together to improve what we have. Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 17 Jun 2020 12:00 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link7.2kShares Advertisement Mikel Arteta warns Arsenal board after Chelsea’s move for Timo Werner Advertisement Comment
Lyttelton Port Company (LPC) said in they latest release that one of the world’s largest dredges – the Fairway – will sail into Lyttelton Harbor in August as the port’s channel deepening project gets underway.The Fairway will be a permanent fixture in the harbor for 11 weeks as it works to deepen the channel, which will see the overall dredging program become New Zealand’s biggest to date, LPC said.LPC was granted resource consent in March 2018 to dredge the harbor shipping channel to increase its draught.The 230 meter-long Fairway will collect silty clay from the seabed of the harbor, as it works to widen the navigation channel by 20 meters and deepen it to allow vessels with a 13.3 meter draught to call at Lyttelton.The first stage of work will see the Fairway lengthen the channel by 2.5km.The channel deepening, which will allow bigger ships to access the port, will provide Canterbury’s importers and exporters the best possible and most cost effective international shipping solutions, said LPC.The initial stage of the dredging program has been awarded to Netherlands-based contractor Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. Built in 1997, the Fairway is one of Boskalis’ 30 trailing suction hopper dredgers.The Fairway will make its journey from Mumbai, India, after completing its latest project – and make a stop in Singapore for a thorough clean before heading to Lyttelton Harbor. The Cawthron Institute has worked with LPC and Boskalis to develop a biosecurity plan.In Singapore, it will go into a dry dock to be water blasted and have its antifoul refreshed. The interior spaces will be cleaned and flushed with fresh water. After being inspected, it will sail directly to New Zealand.
Read Also: JUST-IN: Lionel Messi could stay at Barcelona until 2021 “There was Madrid, Barça, Juve, Arsenal…in March everything was ready for him to go to Real Madrid, but with the pandemic everything was postponed. The clubs have no income. The whole scene changed.” A fee had been agreed for around the same price United have paid however, the Dutchman is excited to start his new challenge in England after developing through Ajax from a child. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Signing with the Manchester club for a fee of €40 million with €5 million in add-ons, which is the equivalent of £40 million in total, Van De Beek will become an integral cog into United’s new-look midfield. With reports of the Dutchman being thoroughly impressed by manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Solskjaer being the only manager to directly talk to him, Van De Beek quickly signed on the dotted line. Loading… Donny Van De Beek has revealed that he had agreed to join a different club at the start of 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic made the deal fall through. The Dutchman has joined Manchester United for a deal that will total up to £40 million if add-ons are met. Manchester United have had quite the affiliation with Dutch players. From the likes of Jaap Stam, Ruud Van Nistelrooy, Edwin Van Der Sar, and Robin Van Persie, Donny Van De Beek will be hoping to have as much of an impact as his fellow countryman did at the club. He will also take the #34 shirt at United to commemorate his long-time friend, Abdelhak Nouri. However, he nearly joined a different club, and would currently be there if the COVID-19 pandemic didn’t happen. According to his agent Sjaak Swart, Van De Beek had an agreement in place with Real Madrid to join this summer. “There were many clubs interested in Van de Beek,” Swart told Marca. Promoted ContentWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs7 Action Movies That’ll Give You An Adrenaline Rush7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World10 Amazing Characters We Wish Were Official Disney PrincessesWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 Reasons It’s Better To Be A VeganBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way
The 8th Grade Lady Cards beat SD with a final score of 56-15. Scoring for SLS on their final game was Catherine Streator with 12pts, Kate Weber with 9 pts, Claire Saner and Iza Wonnell both bringing 6 pts, Rhea Miller with 5 pts, Ava Owens with 4 pts, Lilly Schebler with 4 pts, Lea Cossentino with 4 pts, Madison Wanstrath with 3 pts, and Sadie Wachsmann with 3 pts. What a great way to have an 8th-grade night with all girls scoring and working as a team on their home court one last time. Nice job ladies and way to represent SLS. Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Erin Trenkamp.The 7th Grade JCD Lady Eagles fell to Greensburg 49-27. Scoring for the Eagles Moorman 7, Borgman 6, Groth 6, Sullivan 4, Kunz 4. The 8th Grade Lady Eagles fell to Greensburg 41-36. Scoring for the Lady Eagles R. Hughes 10, Meyer 9, Wagner 8, Obendorf 5, Miller 2, Sullivan 2.Courtesy of Eagles Scorekeeper Brandy Meyer.North Decatur Girls 7th Grade Basketball beat Waldron 32-17. The Lady Chargers advance to 12-0 beating conference opponent Waldron. Once again, defense proves to be the Chargers’ kickstart to the game. The offense was led by Kelsey Haley with 10 including 2 3-balls. Next in line, Ally Whitaker added 6, followed by Madi Allen and Hannah Gorrell each with 5. Clare Kinker with 4 and Kasey Barker with 2. The Chargers are back at home Tuesday to face South Ripley at 6:00.Courtesy of Chargers Coach Eric Whitaker.North Decatur Girls 8th Grade Basketball beat Waldron 38-34. Kunz with season-high 24 points, Motz 5 points, Ogden 4 points, Stier 4 points, Abrams 1 point.Courtesy of Chargers Coach Becky Bingham.The St. Louis 5th Grade Girls Lady Cardinals improved to 10-0 on the season with a 47-4 victory over the St. Lawrence Panthers at St. Lawrence on Monday, February 24. The Lady Cardinals played a very strong defensive game hardly allowing the Lady Panthers to get a shot off. The Lady Cardinals used 11 of Mimi Smith’s game-high 19 points in the second quarter to jump out to a 25-0 halftime lead. The Lady Cardinals used a well balanced attack where four Lady Cardinals each scored 4 points in the 3rd quarter to take a 41-2 lead. Madden Showalter had a very well balanced game with 12 points, numerous steals, and a few rebounds. Belle Young had a strong 2nd half scoring all of her 8 points and adding a few steals as well. One of the really bright spots of the game was Riley Siegel, she only scored 2 points but put on a defensive clinic in the game creating a turnover almost every time down the court. The Lady Cardinals return to the court on Thursday as they play their last three games at home starting with a rematch with Laurel.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Brent Young.The 6th Grade St. Louis Cardinals traveled to St. Lawrence to take on the Panthers. The Cardinals started off strong and never looked back, winning the game 18-14. The Cardinals had 6 of 9 girls score on the evening. Leading in scoring was Rachel Suttmann with 6 points, who did an excellent job on defense and handling the ball. Cora Roth added 4 points with some very impressive defense and rebounding. Katelyn Rahe, Karsyn Watson, Bridget Lohmueller, and Meg Ritter all chipped in 2 apiece. Paige Watters rebounded and played great defense. Jaelyn Owens and Isabel Imel both hustled well and had a solid game. This win moves the Cardinals to 5-6 on the season. They are in action again on Thursday at home against Laurel.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Anne Suttman. The 7th Grade JCD Lady Eagles defeated Waldron 23-12. Scoring for the Lady Eagles were Sophia Sullivan 6, Delaney Hughes 6, Kelsey Borgman 5, Ashlynn Moorman 3, Cheyenne Cullen 2, Hayley Kunz 1. The 8th Grade Lady Eagles defeated Waldron 56-15. Scoring for the Lady Eagles Reagan Hughes 18, Julia Meyer 13, Reese Obendorf 13, Emma Wagner 6, Hayley Kunz 4, Delaney Hughes 2.Courtesy of Eagles Scorekeeper Brandy Meyer.The 7th Grade Lady Bulldogs moved to 8-4 on the season winning their fourth straight game against Sunman-Dearborn. The entire team played great defense all night to holding the Lady Trojans to just 14 points while shutting them out in the fourth quarter to get the win 18-14. Leading the way scoring was Aly Peters with 5 points, followed by Eden Williams/Veronica King/Lydia Haskamp with 4 points each, and Sophie Gesell with 1 point. The Bulldogs play at home Thursday night against Greensburg at 5:30 pm. Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Chris Weiler.The 8th Grade Lady Bulldogs beat Sunman-Dearborn last night, 26-19. The Lady Bulldogs held the Trojans scoreless in the 3rd quarter and played all-around great team defense. Leading scorers were Elena Kuisel with 10, Kaylie Raver and Kaylin Hinners each with 5, Rachel Lamping with 4, and Elaney McGuire also chipping in a bucket. The Bulldogs had 10 steals and crashed the boards well on the offensive end. Next up the Lady Bulldogs face Greensburg Thursday night at home. Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Amber Erhart.North Decatur Girls 7th Grade Basketball beat South Ripley 50-19. The Lady Chargers jumped out to an early lead and never looked back. The charge from North’s offense was led by Madi Allen racking up 24 points. Following her was Hannah Gorrell with 8 including 2 3’s. Clare Kinker and Kelsey Haley added 4 each. Brooke Mauer and Laney Saunders contributed 3 apiece. Kacie Barker and Ally Whitaker chipped in 2 each. The Lady Chargers move to 13-0 on the season and travel to South Decatur Thursday.Courtesy of Chargers Coach Eric Whitaker.North Decatur Girls 8th Grade Basketball falls to South Ripley 32-28. Ogden leading scorer with 13 pts. Kunz with 10 pts. Motz with 3 pts. Gearhart with 2 pts.Courtesy of Chargers Coach Becky Bingham.The 7th Grade Lady Cards fell to Sunman-Dearborn with a final score of 30-10. We played hard but struggled to break the press of SD. Scoring for us were Lucy Abplanalp with 6 pts, and McKenzie Maple with 4 pts. We gave great efforts under the basket with boxing out and putting up several shots they just didn’t fall for us. Nice job ladies keep working hard.
RelatedPosts Nadal stunned by Schwartzman in Italian Open quarter-finals, Djokovic survives Koepfer Impossible to play under US Open’s COVID-19 protocols, Djokovic says ‘Big Three’ join #BlackoutTuesday campaign against racial injustice Rafael Nadal is considering pulling out of the Shanghai Masters. Nadal was looking to strip back his schedule following success at the US Open. The world No 2 needed four hours and 50 minutes to beat Daniil Medvedev in a grueling final on Sunday. Such a difficult battle left Nadal struggling to get changed in the dressing room in the aftermath. The 18-time Grand Slam winner was set to return to action alongside Roger Federer at the Laver Cup next weekend. But Nadal was considering pulling out of the Shanghai Masters, which starts on October 5, to ensure he is fresh for the Paris Masters later that month. “It’s hard for me to tell my plans right now,” Nadal told Spanish media during a conference call. “I shot off after the final to the plane and I didn’t have time to talk to the team. “They arrived later in Palma and I hope that we have a conversation soon. “Anyway, to decide the calendar, I have to wait to see how my body evolves. “The immediate thing is to play the Laver Cup (September 20-22), which is planned. “The next thing I do not know. “Priority objectives from here at the end of the year and also with a view to the next one. It will be one or the other depending on those objectives. “The Masters in Asia is still yet to be decided. The Masters in Paris-Bercy is what I have fixed.”— Tags: Daniil MedvedevRafa NadalShanghai Masters
Chile forward Alexis Sanchez took his tally to 10 goals with a double strike to finally break down Burnley’s resistance and send the Gunners on their way to a 3-0 victory at the Emirates Stadium. Following an indifferent spell, Arsenal have now won three matches in a row, and are unbeaten since losing at Chelsea before the international break. With the return of England international Theo Walcott, who made a late cameo after 10 months out with a serious knee injury, Wenger will soon have plenty of more attacking options. France forward Olivier Giroud is also set to be in contention following the next international break after recovering earlier than expected from a broken foot. “For Theo it must be great as well to see that everybody wants him to come on,” said Wenger, who could give Walcott another run out on Tuesday night in the Champions League against Anderlecht when midfielder Jack Wilshere is expected to be available again after a minor knee problem. “Lukas Podolski also played very well after he came on, he could have scored two. “When you think that we have not got a number of offensive players like Ozil, Wilshere and Giroud, there is a lot of competition in the forward positions.” While Wenger may feel his squad is now moving in the right direction, there remain more questions than answers for Burnley boss Sean Dyche. However, with home matches coming up against the likes of Hull, Aston Villa and Newcastle, spirits within the Clarets camp remain high that illusive first top-flight win will come sooner rather than later. “There has to be a future on what you do. You can’t rely on a lucky win, or another one because you are never going to improve and build a team,” said Dyche. “You have to build it by method and ours is reasonably sound, but we are coming up against teams who are of a higher level, and there is no negative in that.” Press Association Arsene Wenger feels Arsenal are slowly finding the right balance to kick-start their Barclays Premier League campaign. Wenger believes the way his team continued to stay positive, despite the frustrations of seeing Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton pull off a string of saves and the defenders make last-gasp blocks, has them moving in the right direction again. “In the recent games at home we were not patient and we have learned. We look a bit more balanced between offence and defence,” said manager Wenger, whose side are now fourth, above West Ham on goal difference, but still nine points off leaders Chelsea. “We were less in trouble when we lost the ball, we were serious and that is very important in the efficiency.” Key to Arsenal’s resurgence has been the impressive form of Sanchez, a £30million summer buy from Barcelona, who Wenger has deployed in a more central attacking role following injury to record-signing Mesut Ozil. Wenger is confident Sanchez can support the additional responsibility, having compared him and the Uruguayan former Liverpool striker Luis Suarez to tough South American “street footballers” in the build-up to Saturday’s match. “I was ready to give him time if he needed it, but he has settled in much quicker than expected,” the Arsenal boss said. “Now I play him through the middle and he has shown he can find the ball, he can dribble and he can go at you. “There are similarities with (Luis) Suarez a little bit by going at you, by being where you do not expect him to be in the box, and by having that huge desire to be at the end of things.”
A small plane made a hard landing at Lantana Airport on Tuesday afternoon, authorities say.According to Palm Beach County Fire Rescue, crews responded to the airport on Lantana Road around 3:45 p.m.A Cessna made a hard landing and was at the end of the runway.Officials add that the two people on board the aircraft were not hurt.The plane had a small fuel leak, which firefighters were able to quickly distinguish.The cause of the incident is under investigation.
(REUTERS)-Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur conceded his team were woeful in Sunday’s Champions Trophy defeat against India but said it was an “insult” to suggest that the squad had regressed under him.In the end, one of the most eagerly awaited matches of the tournament proved a damp squib as India utterly dominated every aspect of a stop-start, rain-interrupted 124-run victory.“That’s a total insult to say we’re playing even worse,” said the 49-year-old South African, who took on the role a little more than a year ago, after his team succumbed meekly at a packed Edgbaston ground.“If you have a look at our records over the last year we’ve won two series. We’ve got ourselves from nine to number eight (in the ODI rankings) and our brand of cricket has changed.”Pakistan won the toss but nothing else went right for them as they dropped catches, persisted with bowlers who bled runs and folded inside 34 overs with the bat.“We had a poor game,” the former South Africa and Australia coach added. “But we’re obviously trying our best and we’re trying to change it.“It’s not going to happen overnight. We’re trying every day. Every time we go down to training, we try and get the basics right. We didn’t do it today. And that’s disappointing.”Apart from the manner of their surrender, Pakistan are also fretting on the fitness of fast bowlers Mohammad Amir and Wahab Riaz.Amir bowled 8.1 overs before developing severe cramp and leaving the field, while Riaz, who conceded 87 runs in 8.4 wicketless overs in the most expensive spell of five-plus overs in tournament history, hobbled off after twisting an ankle.“I don’t know why they’re cramping,” Arthur said. “That’s something that I need to take up with the medical team.”Pakistan play South Africa in their next Group B match at the same venue on Wednesday.